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NHL's Goal Should Be More Goals

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Fan interest has returned despite the NHL's 119-day lockout. Goals, however, have been hard to come by.

Since Feb. 1, goal production has dropped heavily in the NHL. Scoring was up through the season's first two weeks, but during the past 11 days, it has been historically low.

Why?

“Probably a little bit of everything,” Penguins defenseman Deryk Engelland said.

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